11-16-2019 04:21 PM
Hey there, upnorthwi,
Thank you for visiting us again here on our forums. Thankfully Bluetooth has made things quite a lot easier than the days of tape decks and auxiliary cords. We sell quite a few different options that typically only require a car outlet and the ability to change radio stations. As a bonus you can usually charge your phone so you can keep the music going on your road trip. You can take a look at our full selection here. Let us know if you have any other questions!
11-17-2019 03:59 PM
Another sweet option would be to enhance your entire driving experience with better sound, media options like Bluetooth technology for hands free calling and music, with other options like Apple Car Play and Android Auto being other amazing features an aftermarket radio can provide!
Most all of our radios are going to have installation included, but there are some additional pieces like a dash kit and harness that would be required. Steering wheel controls can be retained for the price of the module and installation, but if you do not have these on your vehicle then you're pretty much set with the radio, our installation, and the dash kit and harness.
All of the workmanship comes with a Lifetime Labor Warranty on all of the workmanship. If you go to trade and sell the vehicle later on down the road and you have us do the installation, we'll put the factory radio back into the vehicle so that you can take the aftermarket radio you fell in love with to another vehicle, regular installation prices would apply for the new vehicle, but at least you can take the new equipment out and put it back to factory at the time of trade/sell.
Stop by or call any Best Buy to see what's possible!
11-18-2019 12:22 PM
While not idea there are adapters you can purchase that work through your cars casette player
My daughters use one that has a little cable coming out that plugs into headphone adapter. There is also a bluetooth one